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CalVet Pulls Funding For Student Veterans Attending Corinthian Colleges

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – CalVet withdrew approval at all California campuses mid-quarter. This is the latest hit to for-profit colleges, and it’s left some military veterans scrambling. 343 more words


Back to the Grind

So after a very relaxed and unproductive summer, that is unless you count watching gobs of Netflix and Hulu shows inspiring – as I do – I am back at it! 256 more words


Make your own Paper Rocket Ship!

My Kindergarten student recently learned about astronauts and rocket ships, so I suggested that we make our very own rocket! Before we constructed the rocket, I made sure to teach them the different components of a rocket ship. 232 more words

Arts & Crafts For Kids

Response to Maclean's magazine op-ed re: teachers' strike

The following is a response written by Tobey Steeves to a Maclean’s magazine article about the BC teacher’s strike.   It was posted on http://www.macleans.ca/news/canada/b-c-teachers-strike-readers-respond-to-macleans-editorial/Since I can’t link just to his comment, I’m pasting it here, because it is a very informative explanation for those who don’t understand why BC teachers are striking. 973 more words


Campuses with International students or travel prepped for Ebola outbreak

ALLENDALE, Mich. –  There might not be any current cases of the disease in America right now but the Ebola virus outbreak in Africa might not be as far away as it seems. 167 more words


Some words I shared with my Portraiture class, and a little more

Everyone, you are NOT students. You ARE photographers. Students try to make an instructor happy in order to gain the best grade possible. Photographers focus on their work in order to create a book (portfolio) that reflects their personal vision—aid them in attracting and winning clients. 88 more words

Bike and Build

Nearly every United States citizen has had cancer touch their lives in some way. Whether it is a nine year old girl getting told that she has one year to live, or a CEO and father of three hearing that his great uncle, whom he never met, has passed away from  lung cancer. 194 more words